Based (loosely) on the life of Joe Louis. Except that Louis never lost a professional fight (until after this movie was made, at least). Head of the Production Code office Joseph Breen warned that the film might not get played in the South because it depicted a black man (Joe Louis) defeating several white men in boxing matches. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: race film, independent, boxing, melodrama, Joe Louis
Purdue University historian and biographer Randy Roberts discusses the life and career of boxing icon Joe Louis at the Central Library on March 29, 2011. Topics: Kansas City Public Library, Randy Roberts, Joe Louis, boxing
This is a film documenting the co ntroversial December 1947 first fight between Jersey Joe Walcott and Joe Louis. Louis won a 15-round decision in which he struggled to counter Walcott’s unorthodox style. Louis was knocked down in the first and fourth rounds, and many believed he had lost the fight. A rematch was followed in 1948. Topics: boxing, joe louis, joe walcott, sports, Madison Square Garden
On this episode, Joe-Joe talks to comedian Stephen Ferris about his comedy philosophy, how the Sacramento comedy scene has changed, finding white-wall tires, and what it is he wants to do, exactly. Also, Joe-Joe talks about the Tig Notaro show that came through town last week, wherein he was thusly enriched. This episode thusly works. Thus. Topics: the, liquor, lamp, podcast, the liquor lamp podcast, with joe-joe louis, joe-joe, joe-joe louis,...
Boxing. Max Schmeling vs Joe Louis (1st meeting). Jun. 19, 1936. Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York, United States. http://m-baer.narod.ru/max_schm.htm favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: boxing, max schmeling, black uhlan of the rhine, joe louis, brown bomber
Boxing. Harlem hilarious after Joe Louis kayos Max Baer in fight (Sep. 24, 1935). http://m-baer.narod.ru/index_en.htm Topics: newsreel, boxing, harlem, joe louis, brown bomber, max baer, livermore larupper, madcap maxie
1:00p Jimmy Smith: Georgia on My Mind 1:04p Harvey Mandel: Just a Hair More 1:08p Jimmy Smith: Theme from Any Number Can Win 1:10p Harvey Mandel: Poontang 1:14p T-Bone Walker: Please Come Back To Me 1:22p T-Bone Walker: Why Don't My Baby Treat Me Right 1:25p T-Bone Walker: Natural Ball 1:27p T-Bone Walker: Further Up The Road 1:29p T-Bone Walker: Baby She's A Hit 1:31p T-Bone Walker: She's My Old Time Used To Be 1:34p Norton Buffalo: I Know I'm Fallin' 1:41p Norton Buffalo: Another Day 1:45p... Topics: T-Bone Walker, Joe Louis Walker, The Rolling Stones, blues, Sacramento, public radio
On this episode, Joe-Joe talks to comedian Kate Willett about her comedy, dealing with addicts, touring, and joining Lyft. Also, Joe-Joe makes you hyper-aware that he makes some pretty rookie mistakes during the interview that you're going to be aware of. I'm not gonna say it this time. Topics: the liquor lamp, podcast, joe-joe louis, kate willett, art, comedy, conversation
On this episode, Joe-Joe speaks to stand-up comedian Mike E. Winfield about comedy, life-balance, accomplishments, and being a better person. Also, Joe-Joe discusses his disappointment that his girlfriend, Black Betty, is leaving to go to school. This episode is works. You heard me. Topics: mike e winfield, the, liquor lamp, podcast, with joe-joe louis, joe-, joe, art, comedy, conversation
Gentleman Jim Corbett (George Montgomery) returns to the 1950s to fight Joe Louis (himself) to settle the debate of who is the better fighter. However, the fight will be off if Jim falls in love on Earth and a country girl presents a problem. Season 3, Episode 19 (February 6, 1955) Ronald Reagan hosts. Note: This recording is in terrible condition with video problems throughout. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, G.E. Theater, General Electric Theater, Ronald Reagan, Joe Louis
Boxing. Championship. Joe Louis vs Max Schmeling (2nd meeting). Jun. 22, 1938. Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York, United States. http://m-baer.narod.ru/joe.htm Topics: boxing, joe louis, brown bomber, max schmeling, black uhlan of the rhine, championship
On this episode, joe-joe talks with comedian extraordinaire Jesse Jones about improv, writing, what he learned from his time LA, and their favorite bits from fellow Sacramento comedy podcast STAB! Also, on this episode joe-joe talks about how he keeps from being miserable, and moralizes on something that you're not allowed to do as a comedian. It's late, but it works. Topics: the liquor lamp, podcast, with, joe-joe louis, joe, Jesse Jones, STAB, art, comedy, conversation
The first episode of the Liquor Lamp Podcast with Joe-Joe Louis! In this episode, I talk with the very charming Jamie Fernandez about comedy, relationships, dogs, being normal, and faking your death. See what happens when two people just talk for an hour about whatever we feel like talking about. Trust me, this works. See other episodes at theliquorlamp.blogspot.com The opening jingle, " Where are you now? " and the closing jingle " Tell Somebody " by Alex Berzoa, and the... Topics: comedy, podcast, Jamie Fernandez, Joe-Joe Louis, the liquor lamp, art, conversation
This interview by Lou Costello was made with boxer Max Baer following his win over Tony Galento in Jersey City. Max Baer's pal, champ Joe Louis lends shy support. Jul. 2, 1940. http://m-baer.narod.ru/index_en.htm Topics: boxing, max baer, livermore larupper, madcap maxie, joe louis, brown bomber, lou costello
In this episode, I talk with the ever cool Idris about comedy, taking risks artistically, having a messed up family, and the one thing that he really, really obsesses on. I also spend a few minutes talking about origins, and the really weird thing I do with friends I have. Believe me when I say that this totally works. See other episodes at theliquorlamp.blogspot.com The opening jingle, " Where are you now? " and the closing jingle " Tell Somebody " by Alex Berzoa, and the... Topics: comedy, podcast, Idris, Joe-Joe Louis, the liquor lamp, art, conversation
On this episode of the liquor lamp, Joe-Joe talks with comedian Daniel Humbarger about comedy, break-ups, law school, and how they've never really say down and talked before. Also, Joe-Joe gripes about how he's easily distracted. I'm looking for a word that start's with "This works." Topics: the liquor lamp podcast, joe-joe louis, art, comedy, conversation, podcast, the liquor lamp,...
In this episode, I talk to comic and all-around nice guy Mike Cella about dedication, how little I know about sports, how I ruined a set for him one time, and the oft questioned origin of the titular liquor lamp. I also prattle on about how exhausted I am, how much I love ice cream, and finish off the episode by figuring out what the hell I'm trying to accomplish with this. Check it out, everyone. This works harder than ever before. Check out more episodes at theliquorlamp.blogspot.com and also... Topics: comedy, podcast, Mike Cella, Joe-Joe Louis, the liquor lamp, art, conversation
On this episode, Joe-Joe talks to comedian D Tyler about storytelling, crazy exes, science fiction, and sleep apnea. Also, Joe-Joe depresses the crap out of everyone after nearly getting in a car accident. On the count of three, one, two, it works. Topics: joe-joe louis, the liquor lamp podcast, d tyler, art, comedy, conversatoin, podcast
On this episode of the Liquor Lamp Podcast with Joe-Joe Louis, I talk to the very funny Alfonso Portela about parents, whether or not we want to have kids, getting your clothes tailored, what innocent filth is, and a whole bunch more. Also, Joe-Joe recounts how he was aggressively heckled on Wednesday. This works. It really, really does. See other episodes at theliquorlamp.blogspot.com The opening jingle, " Where are you now? " and the closing jingle " Tell Somebody " by... Topics: comedy, podcast, Alfonso Portela, Joe-Joe Louis, the liquor lamp, art, conversation
On this episode, Joe-Joe talks with stand-up comedian Kelvin Kumar about comedy, accents, his divorce, and work ethic. Also, Joe-Joe realizes something about why he's been so depressed this week and downshifts the mood of the episode right at the start. I started this thing working, now I'm here. Topics: the liquor lamp, podcast, joe-joe louis, kelvin kumar, art, comedy, conversation
News Of The Week discusses: "Should New York run a lottery, and should Bingo games be taxed?" Fred interviews fighter Joe Louis about his training routine. The question for the Round Table is: "Women's Millinery: Are women going too far?" The Mighty Allen Art Players perform the play: "Mountain Justice or The judge saw his gavel was broken, so he didn't give a rap". Topics: Fred Allen, Portland Hoffa, Joe Louis, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
On this episode of the liquor lamp, Joe-Joe talks to comedian Nick Aragon. about his adventures in Los Angeles, how it has affected his comedy, and how it feels seeing heroes work on material like the rest of us. Also, Joe-Joe has a short panic attack about not having a guest lined up for this week, and having run out of episodes. This works, and hopefully it will work again next week, too. Topics: the liquor lamp, podcast, with, joe-joe louis, nick aragon, art, comedy, conversation
Boxing. Max Schmeling vs Joe Louis (1st meeting). Jun. 19, 1936. Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York, United States. http://m-baer.narod.ru/max_schm.htm Topics: boxing, max schmeling, black uhlan of the rhine, joe louis, brown bomber
On this episode, Joe-Joe talks with comedian Mazzy McDaid about real dolls, comedy, and the inspiration that leads one to starting a comedy show in a photo studio in an alley. Also, Joe-Joe talks about how much he likes these kinds of shows, and forecasts what the future might be like. "Skrow siht" sounds magical. Topics: the liquor lamp, podcast, joe-joe louis, mazzy mcdaid, art, comedy, conversation
Boxing. Max Baer vs Joe Louis. Sep. 24, 1935. Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York, United States. http://m-baer.narod.ru/index_en.htm Topics: boxing, max baer, livermore larupper, madcap maxie, joe louis, brown bomber
Boxing. Championship. James J. Braddock vs Joe Louis. Jun. 22, 1937. Comiskey Park, Chicago, Illinois, United States. http://m-baer.narod.ru/joe.htm Topics: boxing, james braddock, bulldog of bergen, cinderella man, joe louis, brown bomber, championship
On this episode of the liquor lamp, Joe-Joe talks to stand-up comic Robert Omoto about his recent surge in attending mics, the trials of having an okay job, and an ex-girlfriend who won a reality show. Also, Joe-Joe attempts to process some advice he's been given. I...t... w...o...r...k...s... Topics: the liquor lamp podcast, joe-joe louis, the liquor lamp, joe-joe, louis, robert omoto, art, comedy,...
On this episode of The Liquor Lamp Podcast, Joe-Joe talks to Michael Patten about among other subjects: lateness, comics we admire, authenticity on stage, and some of his adventures living in Hawaii. Also, during this episode, Joe-Joe gets really emotional about his anger problem and how hard it is to be like Superman. This episode works, folks. It does. See other episodes at theliquorlamp.blogspot.com . Also, check us out on iTunes ! The opening jingle, " Where are you now? " and the... Topics: the, liquor, lamp, podcast, with, Joe-Joe, Joe, Louis, Joe-Joe Louis, art, conversation, comedy,...
"An interesting and entertaining look at some "not so usual" people and events in history...interwoven with little known facts about African American history..." Topics: vhs, African American history, Joe Louis, early Black Filmakers, Todd Duncan:the First Porgy, slave... Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Bill Stern was a sportscaster who when not in the broadcast booth, had a 15 minute program where he relayed exciting stories about his guests. The stories were similar to the kind Paul Harvey would tell years later in his "The Rest of the Story" program. Stern would add drama and excitement to the stories, well beyond what they deserved, and focused on irony or coincidence. They are entertaining. For some sports figures, the Stern shows are the only recordings that exist of their... Topics: sports, Bill Stern, Bucky Harris, Gene, Autry, Eddie, Cantor, Connie Mack, Frank Sinatra, Dizzy...
On this episode of the Liquor Lamp, Joe-Joe goes back into the archives of the lamp to see all of the interesting things he's heard from his guests in the first six months of the podcast, and brings the things he finds back to the surface in the first compilation episode he's done. Check it out! It totally works! This episode features the songs "Dream on the Side (Instrumental)" by ramblinglibrarian and "Pushin' Dasies" by VJ Memes. Both of these songs are available on... Topics: the liquor lamp podcast with joe-joe louis, the, liquor, lamp, the liquor lamp, podcast, with, joe,...